HSBC World Rugby Sevens – London Day 2
• Scotland win first-ever Cup title at the death, beating South Africa 27-26
• USA beat Fiji to third but the islanders had already won back-to-back series titles
• Other winners in London: Kenya (Shield), Wales (Bowl) and New Zealand (Plate)
• Portugal are relegated and will be replaced as a core team by Japan in 2016-17
Full results for both days:
HSBC World Rugby Sevens – London Day 1
• Fiji complete the successful defence of the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series title
• Collins Injera breaks Santiago Gomez Cora’s record as all-time leading try scorer
Credit: www.worldrugby.org for information.
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